The Mystery of Iniquity: Cultured Sociopathy


When thinking about evil, people nearly always think of obvious, nasty villains: powerful, vicious monsters. They do this because it is oddly comforting. This may sound strange at first, but monsters absolve us. In actual fact, it is not monsters who do most of the evil on Earth. It is the average people. And there is a single, utterly common mechanism at play in more or less all of the world’s horrific acts.



This issue explains precisely how and why normal humans can be made to commit horrible acts. In particular, it explains how non-sociopathic people can be made to behave sociopathically in specific areas of their lives. We also cover how to fix this problem.